The CEO for insurance broking Janice Deakin revealed that some offices have already started migration to the new platform as Open GI stays on retail platform.
The product is designed for fleets of three to 20 vehicles and is available on Acturis.
The MGA already manages HNW business for AIG and is looking to explore further niches including cyber.
The system does not replace Acturis across the business but will be used for high volume, personal lines web business.
The product is targeted at limited companies, charities, UK clubs and associations and partnerships.
Broker states it is still suffering from the effects of SSP’s outage in August 2016.
New offering includes first party cover on each and every claim basis.
Turnover at the company rises by 10%.
Further study into four areas follows previous research last year.
Trade body pleased with further investigation including into “most favoured nation” clauses.
On successful completion of the pilot, QBE will roll out the facility to 500 brokers in three weeks.
Profits stable as technology provider ramps up investment.
The insurer has joined the Open GI platform and provides non-standard household insurance.
Kent-based broker selects TAMCloud.
Implementing updates for regulatory changes is a “well-trodden” path says commercial director.
Nikki Daniels joins the board of insurtech business.
Policy can cover up to 15 vehicles at inception.
Broker already in deal with Applied Systems for personal lines.
Policy can cover vessels worth up to £10m.
Trade body aiming to complete report by end of March 2017.
New software will reduce brokers’ time spent on admin says tech firm.
Two schemes added to PowerPlace.
Software specialists roll out offering with five insurers.
Broker will migrate between software providers over the coming year.